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web site. i'm anthony mason. also tonight on this labor day weekend, the president starts to outline a plan to jump start the economy and create jobs while republicans say the problem is mr. obama himself. former british prime minister tony blair on his book tour, faces a backlash and protest. and drilling for natural gas in shale deposits. is it a bonanza for landowners or a disaster for the environment? captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with jeff glor. >> good evening, jeff is off. we begin with a stunning turnaround by one of the web's most popular and controversial sites. craigslist, after months of pressure, abruptly took down the adult services section of its web site today. bill whitaker has the details. >> reporter: this is what greeted visitors to the adult services section of craigslist today-- censored. the online classified ads network apparently bowing to public pressure and mounting criticism that the site was little more than a high-tech marketplace for prostitution and human trafficking. recently, 17 state attorneys general turned up the heat
to fix it, i spoke with economics professor ken rogoff of harvard university and anthony chan, chief economist at j.p. morgan's private banking. i began by asking anthony chan, how long will it take for the job market to recover? >> i think it's going to take quite a while. the real secret to bring the employment rate down is to grow the economy faster than the speed limit, and the speed limit is to find the potential growth. and if you believe potential growth is in the neighborhood of 2.5 to 3%, and the economy is growing below that, we won't make much progress until next year when we see the economy growing in the neighborhood of 2.5 to 3%. even that is questionable when we're just coming off a calendar quarter of 1 .6. >> when do you think the economy will recover, and the reaction to what anthony is saying about potential growth? >> i think he's spot on. i think we're looking at sort of at best, normal or a bit of above normal growth, but that just covers the new entrance to the labor force. normally after a recession, and you go down like we did, you go up really fast, and peop
, let's see, the chief of public information for baltimore police. anthony goulemy. anthony, did i pronounce your name correctly? >> you did a great job. i got to be quick because i'm missing a briefing, but here's what we know. shortly after 11:00, we got calls for a gunman inside johns hopkins. a doctor was shot. was in critical condition. that has been downgraded to non-life threatening injuries. he is undergoing surgery as we speak. the suspect is in floor of the hospital. we have that floor contained. we have the suspect, we do not. we're in the process of executing a tactical operation and there is a small portion of the hospital being evacuated, however, if people plan to be treated here, that part of the hospital is open. the situation is contained to a small portion. i have no information on the relationship between the suspect and the doctor or the motive at this point. obviously, we want to get him and talk to him. so, that's pretty much what we have right now. >> well, anthony, before i let you go and i want dwrou get the latest information and thanks for doing this, yo
ojalá que así sea >> tremendo regalo le hizo marc anthony a su hija diana al cumplir 15 años. le organizó una fiesta en orlando y la sorprendió con un auto nuevo. >> marc anthony asistió con jennifer lópez y con sus dos hijos que tuvo con tallo nada d torres. fueron presentados en conjunto. >> nos amplían un poquito más. así que tony ¿cómo les fue? qué tal? >> estamos en el estudio de sábados gigantes y se reunieron los kconcursantes de "mira quié baila". >> estoy e momocionada, feliz, rumba, muchos desafíos y divertirme. >> diana reyes y derbez compartieron camarín. en principio era muy fuerte. y estaba relajado. es demasiado nervioso. niurka marcos. y el resto lo igualaron. o sea, que está casi. los encontramos en un lugar en dónde le huyen. tienen muchas sorpresas en "mira quién habla". >> nacho camacho y quiere decir. >> no tiene nada. >> camacho le propuse ser el tra tu traductor. >> ¿cuánto me vas a pagar para ser tu productor? >> mitad y mitad. >> ¿de qué? >> de algo. >> el ambiente es pura camaradas. >> siempre se ha dicho que los artistas padecen de
. anthony mason is keeping an eye on all this and, anthony, what's this designed to do ideally? >> reporter: simply, katie, to give the economy a quick shot in the arm and even some republicans are applauding the proposal. if passed it would give businesses that buy new equipment an immediate tax break in the struggling economy, david campbell has been holding off buying new forklifts for his connecticut lumber business. but the president's tax incentives could make him change his mind. >> we're still being very cautious and we don't really want to be replacing a lot of equipment so this might tip the scale on some of our purchases. >> reporter: the obama proposal would allow companies to immediately write off 100% of any new investments in plants and equipment through next year. businesses can currently write off those investments, but only over a three to 20-year period. so this would allow them to keep more cash in what the administration says would amount to a $200 billion tax cut affect ing 1.5 million businesses. does this kind of stimulus have immediate effect? >> it can. if we can g
had tailored two of the characters for steven anthony jones and gregry wallace. it's interesting that gregory wallace, an african american man, was supposed to play mr. oge, an excentric neisei who likes literature. i thought it would be an interesting thing to do. but after a while we did a reading and we realized as good an actor as gregory is, it was pushing his limits for him to play a japanese american character in the late 40's. >> i imagine him as being much older. >> in the course of writing the play and using various actors, he became younger. this chinese actor is more like a character in his mid to late 30's, excentric, a career bachelor who is into russian literature and who fashions himself kind of patterned after the japanese artists of the 30's and 40's. he has round sort of glasses and a braid. but getting back to the question of creating characters, for example african american characters, i'm also caution -- i had written another play called johann that was about an african american gi and a japanese wife that got married in post war japan. i wrote that play 20
, commissioner anthony -- >> aye. >> aye. >> aye. >> aye. >> the motion passes.
ripped off. >> our guest, congressman anthony wiener. all the news and commentary now on "countdown." >> the people that i trust are the people at the gold line. >>> good evening from new york. on this program last night, we revealed a list. that list is growing of massive, global well-known multibillion dollar companies whose owners benefit from so-called small business tax cuts republicans want to extend for the richest 2% of persons. president obama wants congressional democrats to take a stand so if republicans filibuster in the senate americans could see congressional democrats extending to extend just the middle tax cuts that benefit everybody but the rich. and also to see republicans holding those tax cuts hostage to extort the extension of the small business in name only tax cuts. this would also prevent republicans from campaigning on the slogan that democrats are letting taxes go up next year. it was a move widely seen as the democrats last real chance. poll after poll has shown voters in battleground states would back the democrats. in our fifth story tonight, none of tha
trade talk concerning carmelo anthony. this time it's reported the deal has fell apart. anthony was on the court in denver today for the opening game of the nunu ♪ ♪ [ female announcer ] mcdonald's new chicken flatbreads. all out awesome combinations of juicy, grilled chicken topped with roasted garlic aioli and a natural four-cheese blend. mcdonald's chicken flatbreads. the simple joy of new discoveries. announcer: has the overpowering smell of scented (music playing) garbage bags taken over your kitchen? (woman blows at scented tree) hefty bags with unscented odor block technology help neutralize odors with no added scent. hefty! hefty! hefty! and stick to it. like seriously low prices. [ male announcer ] at safeway, we made a promise of low prices. and we're keeping it. [ female announcer ] with club card specials like pork loin rib half, 99 cents a pound and campbell's select harvest soup only a $1 each. i need to know that when i'm here, the low prices will be too. monday, tuesday, everyday. i'm a big fan of everyday. [ male announcer ] and with thousands of everyday lo
. >> reporter: when the man jumped out of the unmarked car anthony thought he was being robbed. was being given a ticket for going 85 miles an hour. he admits he was speeding but when he posted the video police responded with more serious felony wire tapping charges. the hartford county state's attorney planned to take him to trial but now the judge has granted amotion from his attorney davis miss the case. >> they said the state police or any other police officer have no reasonable expectation of privacy in their public on the job communications. >> reporter: an attorney for the aclu said his organization got involved with the case because he said there have been previous incidents where officers told people to stop recording or took their cameras. >> we have always thought that conduct by the police was improper. it's much harder to document though. >> reporter: the case was different. he was being prosecuted and the entire traffic stop was recorded by his helmet mounted camera. the attorney said the ruling member that recording police on the job, whether a traffic stop or a teen state boar
. the history being made by voters across the state today. >> anthony was sseeding down 95 whee poliic pulled him over. coming up, how t [ female announcer ] new real fruit smoothies from mccafé are real fruit, as in strawberries, blackberries, blueberries, and bananas, which makes them really delicious. ♪ that's what we're made of. ♪ >> judge will decide whetter a motorcycle broke the law when -úhe reported a traffic stop and possed it oo you tuchbility joy tells us duringg pretrial hearing today anthony's attorney argues to have the charges thrown out. joy? >> attorneyss or annhony maintain he didn't violate the state wire tap act when he reported thisstraffic stop% the torn tried to prove charges should be ropped against their client. the state says graiber violated maryland wire tap act by not getting consenttto record the trooper audio uring the stopp followinn today's prae trial hearing an attorney with the acll had his to say. >> these charges were playing in raptly improper and the citizens do have the right to document what public officials are doing when they are -úper
the economy can avoid a double-dip recession. anthony mason, cbs news new york. >> even though the unemployment level edged up modestly it does suggest suggest, perhaps, that the nation's economy is moving forward. for more on this, we join john challenger chief executive for outplacement for challenger gray and christmas, a consulting firm. great to have you with us this morning. >> nice to be with you, rebecca. >> i wanted to start off where anthony mason left off. we've seen these eight straight month s months. unemployment is still 9.6%. what's your read on the jobs picture right now? >> we're in the first year of recovery. everybody expects so much. if you look at the last two first years after a recession, '91 recession and 2001 recession, we've seen unemployment go up. even though it's not the kind of job growth we would like it's much better than we've seen coming out of previous recession. >> define for us if you will, what kind of job growth you would like to see. what kind of growth would bring us back to those more 5% unemployment levels the
deflated by this latest news, anthony mason tells us there are at least some signs of a turnaround, at least on the home front. >> reporter: in los angeles, so many of the 27,000 foreclosed houses have fallen into disrepair. >> we felt we needed to do something about it. >> reporter: today the city raised fines on banks that don't keep up their properties. >> it's $1,000 per day, per violation. and they can take up to $100,000 per property. >> reporter: with more than five million people behind on their mortgage payments, bank repossessions have hit record levels. >> we're on a pace right now to see about 1.2 million homes repossessed by the end of the year. that's simile unprecedented in the history of the housing market. >> reporter: the banks have taken possession of about 900,000 homes, only about a third of which are actually on the market. >> the banks could be flooding the market with a lot more distressed properties, and i think the fact that they're not is showing some restraint in trying to keep the housing market stable. >> reporter: americans are growing more optimistic
to a lot of americans who feel worse off since the recovery began. anthony mason reports. >> reporter: the official declaration of the recession's end won't mean anything to the nearly 17% of americans who were either out of work or have been forced to take part-time jobs. people don't just feel poorer, they are. as real estate values have tumbled, household net worth has plunged 19% from its peak in 2007. the economy may be in the recovery room -- >> however anyone who's been in a recovery room knows that it still really hurts when you're in the recovery room and there's a lot of healing that still has to take place. >> reporter: economists says we have recovered about 70% of our economic growth. and about 40% of the business and retail sales that were lost, but only 9% of the private sector jobs wiped out in the recession have come back. from here, looking forward, what do you say in. >> continued slowly in the economy. >> reporter: this slowdown is typical he says, but the more than 7 million jobs lost in the great recession are not. >> that time of having unemployment down at 5% o
. >> reporter: they say state senator anthony mues. but but once you open it it says to vote for the opposition. >> it is a felony offense to have an organization that doesn't exist. >> reporter: his opponent albert chapman. and house and candidate valderama and house candidate jerry mathis. because he saw their supporters handing out the fake ballots during early voting in oxenhill. >> i went to the three candidates who were the primary ones carrying it. these are fraudulent you can't carry these. but having potential lawmakers say to me i don't care if we are broking the law. we will carry them for three days. that was basically the response until the police actually went out to make these candidates put down these ballots. >>> running for office is frankly one of the things that made me decide to leave politics to start with. >> reporter: glen ivy says the real problem is the criminal investigation will take much longer than the election. so there is really only one way to punish those responsible. >> make sure you figure out who is doing this and punish them at the ballot. >> reporter: tris
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will provide shelter for the pets as well. live at the veterans memorial community center, laura anthony. >> 6:06 now. as you might imagine the fire knocked out power in the area. at the height of the fire some 5,000 pg&e customers didn't have electricity. this morning pg&e says power is still out to about 700 customers and 300 customers are without gas service. three at&t cellphone towers affected by the outages are back up and running on emergency power and skyline college does have power this morning. but the fire is forcing some schools in san bruno to stay closed today. the san bruno park school district says its elementary schools will be closed. san bruno school district administrators say the education site is also closed however cappuccino high school will be open and offering grief counselors to any person who needs to talk today. >> in addition to the official shelters, residents have been gathering at the bay hill mall for the latest information and to check on each other. >> abc 7's mark matthews is there. mark, what's the latest? >> this is a staging area where people from the co
-food restaurant? >> i would second that. >> ok, on the motion, commissioner anthony -- >> aye. >> aye. >> aye. wanted to say but i promised my neighbors that i will not disturb them. i will reach out to them. i have reached out to everyone. some neighbors have concerns. whatever it takes, i will do it. i have a good record. my word is good. thank you very much commissioners for taking the time to hear me. please grant what we are asking. >> i have a number of speaker cards. >> about nine months ago, i presented you with this request for a written determination. i have spent about a hundred hours looking at the neighborhood. one thing i came away with is that the hotels were telling us that if we had it, we would see them. the customer base does not come here for entertainment. they end up going over the hill to north beach or somewhere else. secondly, i did an extensive outreach to the neighborhood as i always do. i thought at least 50 merchants to sign on. i got the units association to sign on. most of you know that i provide unbiased consensus. i just wanted to say in the end that this blo
into the face. here is spencer off the edge. >> troy: yeah, we will anthony spencer, he comes unblocked. he comes in. you see definitely a face mask to jay cutler. >> joe: they missed it. it's not called. >> troy: chris williams has got the face mask on demarcus ware on the opposite side. >> joe: bears have to use a time-out and i think jay cutler is stunned that scott green and this officiating crew missed a flagrant face mask call. third down when we come back. have you ever stopped a plane before? a few times. but this one's real nasty. 150 passengers. up to $120 in bag fees. that's almost $20,000 street value. ♪ we know you're charging for bags! [ tires screech ] drop the bags and turn around! go, go, go! remember our oath. protect and load. that's right! ♪ we're here to set you free. ♪ [ ding ] [ninstrumental music ]] sure, but do we speak hybrid? yes, we do. and we can say over 700 miles on a single tank and 41 mpg city, and all the words stick because they're true. we speak the most fuel-efficient midsize sedan in america. yes, we speak hybrid, and apparently quite well. fusion
with the academy, st. anthony's foundation, as well as glide. we are now in their preschool, serving three- and 4-year-old. we are currently in discussion and have been the last year, with many of the providers to identify the gaps in pediatric services for children and families. and within this community workgroup we are coming up with a definitive plan to address those gaps. as you commissioners are fully aware, the tenderloin is the largest concentration of children of families in the city and county of san francisco, and as a result of that, this is where the child development center has really focused, within the last 10 years, our efforts to serve that community. in closing, i just want to state that we will continue our commitment to expand our services to the children, not only of the tenderloin but to the other communities in san francisco. we are currently partnering with the multidisciplinary assessment center at san francisco general, to be able to treat those children birth to 5 who need those services. i encourage your support of the cpmc project, particularly for the children and f
week in a month. anthony mason is our senior business correspondent. overall, anthony, a bit of a mixed bag? >> weak as the job numbers were, they were better than wall street expected and seemed to give investors confidence the economy can avoid a double-dip recession. with american businesses creating 67,000 jobs in august, the private sector has now added jobs for eight straight months. >> these numbers are telling us that the economy is not falling off a cliff. it's not booming, either, which is the bad news. >> reporter: but the median length of unemployment fell below 20 weeks in august. it had been 22.2 weeks in july. 19,000 construction jobs were added last month and 17,000 temporary jobs. nearly 400,000 temporary jobs have been added over the past year as employers have remained caution. >> there's a great uncertain any the economy right now. >> reporter: daniel herrick is c.f.o. of pillar performance eye wear in connecticut. a year ago his company had five employees, today it has 18. >> almost all of you are expansion has been with the use of temp employees. >> reporter: that
people with real stories. here's our senior business correspondent anthony mason. >> you know, unless it was an air bubble.... >> reporter: in south salem, new york, 53-year-old chuck tater has been working overtime at the garage he owns but still earning less money. >> between shop work, answering the phone and, you know, answering tech questions on the internet, i put a good 70 to 80 hours in. doesn't work very well that way. >> reporter: tator says he's barely keeping his head above water. >> yeah, the middle-class has been taking the brunt of it. that's what it seems like to me. >> reporter: across the country, americans are losing ground. the new census data shows median household income dropped in 34 states last year and rose in only one-- north dakota. and the disparity between rich and poor is growing. >> most people thought that inequality would decline in a recession, it didn't. it's still ticking up. >> reporter: the top 20% of earners in the country now make more than half of the income generated in the u.s. that's up from 49.7% in 2007. and the poorest 20% earn only 3% of
anthony mason. >> reporter: the official declaration of the recession's end won't mean anything to the nearly 17% of americans who are either out of work or have been forced to take part-time jobs. and people don't just feel poorer, they are. as real estate values have tumbled, household net worth has plunged 19% from its peak in 2007. the economy may be in the recovery room... >> however, anyone who's been in a recovery room knows that it's still really hurting when you're in the recovery room and there's a lot of healing that still has to take place. >> reporter: this economist says we have recovered about 70% of our economic growth and about 40% of the business and retail sales that were lost. but only 9% of the private sector jobs wiped out in the recession have come back. from here, looking forward, what do you see? >> well, continued slowing in the economy. >> reporter: this slowdown is typical, he says, but the more than seven million jobs lost in the great recession are not. >> that time of having unemployment down at 5% or 4%, it's going to take a long time, maybe a dec
minutes and you can see it on masn 2. basketball ball, it is opening day, anthony has reported for work in denver. anthony will soon be traded because he did not agree with a long-term contract. >> i am leaving my options open right now. at the end of the season, i will sit down with my team and sit down with the nuggets, we will discuss it and go from there. i am not too focused on that. it has been a long summer for me. with all the speculations and rumors... >> now among the team anthony could be headed to next we will know in trade reports. >>> they mourn the death, the winner of a kentucky derby, real quiet suffered a broken neck and died at the able of 15. he was ended by a victory gallop in the belmont save. >> he was young. thank you mark, we will be right back. ,,,,,, i'm frank kratovil and i approve this message. the real andy harris. buried in his website - a promise to replace the tax code with a 23% sales tax and eliminate the mortgage interest deduction. a bush tax panel said families would pay $6,000 more a year. a reagan tax advisor calls it a very dumb idea. but that's
evacuation centers are open this morning to help victims of the fire. laura anthony is live at the san bruno rec center serving as the main evacuation center. laura, how are people coping now? >> kristen, that's right. this is the veterans memorial rec center. people seem to be coping okay. actually there are about 15 folks sleeping here on the floor above me. obviously we don't want to bother them at the moment. what's going on down here, volunteers are gathering goods to help not only those people but all of the victims and folks who have been evacuated and perhaps have lost their homes. they're getting ready for an opening here this morning to allow folks to come here who aren't maybe staying here but need help with a variety of services. now, of course we're talking about all of the victims of this incredible fire storm really that happened last night. more than 170 homes affected. some of the folks we've talked with last night were pretty sure theirs were one of the ones that was lost. >> what happened to your house? >> it's gone. >> do you know that? >> it was right there. it happened
. on the "newshour" tonight, kwame holman has details of the g.o.p. plan. then, democratic congressman anthony weiner and republican david price debate whether it's a return to failed economic policies or a blueprint for a better future. >> woodruff: ray suarez talks to margaret warner about president obama's visit to the united nations and the reaction there to his diplomatic initiatives. >> brown: special correspondent dave iverson reports on a new push to get scientists to work together in the pursuit of medical cures. >> let's put our arms together and brains together and solve the problem collectively and for a project like this you absolutely need that to succeed. >> woodruff: and isabel wilkerson discusses her new book on the great migration of african americans. that's all ahead on tonight's "newshour." major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: >> i want to know what the universe... >> looks like. >> feels like. >> from deep space. >> to a microbe. >> i can contribute to the world by pursuing my passion for science. >> it really is the key to the future. >> i want to design...
into such a relationship that the bishop had a is ceremony with anthony flag called a covenant. it was essentially a marriage ceremony, where there was candles, exchange of jewelry. and biblical quotes given. in order for anthony to know, and for the bishop to tell him, i will always have your back, and you will always have mine. >> so reverend, is this a matter of hypocrisy? innocent until proven guilty. if the bishop, you know, does come out, who knows what he's going to say tomorrow. is it a matter of hypocrisy when you hear these allegations? >> well, i think it's an issue of incongruity. he probably has a -- i'm just guessing here. but he probably has a theological position that motivates him in some areas of his life. then he has -- if these allegations are true, then there's the reality of his own humanity that he's struggling with. and of course, the big goal is for all of us to become increasingly congruent between our faith, our belief system and our own actions. so certainly if what he's going to go through is what i went through, i had to face myself and accept the realities of me, who
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